You’ll review patient concerns and work with doctors to make sure they’re receiving the best and most cost-effective healthcare.
You’ll teach patients about their diagnoses, available treatments and healthcare decisions.
You’ll represent the patient when their wishes differ from that of their doctor.
- Long-term care centers
- Outpatient care centers
- Specialty departments
While there is no specific Nurse Advocate certification, there are variety of certifications that train nurses as patient care liaisons.
You’re ready to work as a Nurse Advocate.
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